No two projects are the same - each and every single client, their story and the goals are unique. We use the Agile Scrum system in sprints of 2 weeks which allows us to flexibly plan our schedule to fit your project’s unique needs.

We run a tight ship and we pride ourselves on delivering quality work on time and within budget. However unique, most projects generally fall into 3 phases - Discover, Define, and Deliver.

Discover

From the initial phonecall or contact and initial client brief, through information gathering, kickoff meetings, the Define phase will pull out as much information as possible about your aspirations, goals, your culture, your business, and what results you would like to see. The result from this stage is an initial proposal outlining project scope, expected timelines, a process map, proposed outputs and estimated costs.

Define

We now take all the information gathered and form a strategy and the specifications of your project. Any adjustments to be made to the estimates will be made at the end of this stage. You will begin to see how your site or app will look with visual layouts for desktop and mobile versions.

Deliver

This stage generally involves delivery of the working site or app, from the first working version, through reviews and refinement, rigorous browser and user testing, right through to launch.

Agile ‘Scrum’ System

The MOR overall way of working follows a strict set of guidelines based on a Scrum system. What this means for you is the security to know that despite multiple concurrent projects being handled by MOR, there is a system in place to ensure that nothing ever falls through a gap or isn't given the full attention and time that it requires.

In practical terms, this means that MOR works to two-week 'Sprints' of defined activity with daily 'Standups' to assess the previous days work and the work to be undertaken that day. This ensures that any developments are shared with the entire team and there is a transparent view of project progress. Elements can be prioritised or de-prioritised as necessary and focus can be managed on the most important items for any given day.

When it comes to planning, each Sprint starts with a Sprint Planning session and all current projects are scoped out to their full requirements. It is also during these planning sessions that the previous Sprint is reviewed and productivity analysed.